Men's Jeans Fit Guide

Men's Jeans Fit Guide

Our guide to the fits and finishing touches.

Men's Jeans Fit Guide
Bootcut jeans for men.
Straight-leg jeans for men.
Slim-straight jeans for men.
Slim jeans for men.
Skinny jeans for men.
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Watch our video on how to wear our most popular fits—from straight leg to skinny.
How to measure.

To figure out how jeans should fit, start by determining your size. Jean sizes are based on your waist measurement in inches. A soft tape measure, like tailors use, is most accurate. If you don't have one, use a length of twine, then measure that with the tape measure you've got in the garage.

How to measure your waist.

Determine how high on your waist or hips you like to wear jeans; measure at this point. Keep the tape comfortably loose and parallel to the floor while you measure the full circumference of your torso. Make sure to measure your body, not over your clothes.

Grab jeans that already fit you well and lay them on a flat surface. Measure from the crotch seam down to the ankle hem.

Don't Forget

Before making your final selection, check the product page to see if our Fit Specialists have any additional sizing tips.

Regarding the Cuff
Turn up your cuff for a simple finish.

TURN UP YOUR CUFF 2" for a simple finish that looks great for a night out.

Cuff twice and create a slight stack.
CUFF TWICE and create a slight stack on your work boots or any heavier lace-up style.
For a trendier look, stack your denim on your sneakers.

FOR A TRENDIER LOOK, stack your denim on your sneakers—and pair with a similar-hued shoe.

For a more relaxed look, hem your jeans.

FOR A MORE RELAXED LOOK, hem so your jeans rest perfectly on your sneakers.